Mayfair Capital Investment Management has instructed the £2.4m transformation of T2 Trinity Park, undertaken by leading refurbishment specialist Overbury and managed by JLL. Occupier health and wellbeing will be at the forefront of the work, which will be completed in Q4 of 2019.
The 33,000 sq. ft. three-story detached building is in one of the most sought-after commercial locations in the West Midlands. Trinity Park sits on the doorstep of Birmingham International Railway Station, Birmingham Airport and the National Exhibition Centre, and is less than one mile from junction six of the M42. Current occupiers include Allianz Insurance, Beiersdorf UK, Lloyds Register and Tarmac.
The refurbishment will see existing installations, mechanical and engineering systems replaced, as well as the addition of decorations, suspended ceilings with full LED lighting and new cycle storage and changing facilities. A raised outdoor terrace will be installed to overlook the estate pond, providing occupiers an al fresco meeting area and break-out space. The building will also benefit from a fully refurbished reception area and new entrance canopy.
Scott Fawcett, director of asset management at Mayfair Capital Investment Management, says: “The new designs reflect the growing importance occupiers place on health and wellbeing. The building will contain enhanced cycling and shower facilities, while the outdoor terrace will provide opportunities for employees to work outside the office environment. We are confident T2 Trinity Park will become a highly sought-after option for potential occupiers seeking a premier out-of-town office location.”
Letting agent and JLL Birmingham head of office agency, Jonathan Carmalt, adds: “This refurbishment will position T2 Trinity Park as one of the pre-eminent HQ office buildings along the M42 corridor, a highly coveted area. Vacancy rates are at a record low in this area and availability is expected to remain limited for the foreseeable future. The upgraded offices at T2 Trinity Park are a vital addition to the West Midlands market.”